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Change the class names in your stylesheet to see what I mean.
Besides, a name like "24-point-arial-red" kind of defeats the purpose of using classes anyway -- what if you decided you wanted to change all of your subheads to 30pt blue helvetica?.
[edited by: moonbiter at 10:59 pm (utc) on Aug. 27, 2002]
In CSS1, a class name could start with a digit (".55ft"), unless it was a dimension (".55in"). In CSS2, such classes are parsed as unknown dimensions (to allow for future additions of new units) : To make ".12pt-arial-black" a valid class, CSS2 requires the first digit to be escaped
The relevant information can be found in the CSS 2 Recommendation [w3.org]